Kiboga District is a district in Central Uganda. Like many other Ugandan districts, the district is named after its 'chief town', Kiboga, the location of the district headquarters.
Kiboga District is bordered by Nakaseke District to the northeast and east, Mityana District to the south, Mubende District to the southeast and Kyankwanzi District to the northwest.  The district headquarters at Kiboga are located approximately 135 kilometres (84 mi), by road, northwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of the district are:01 00N, 31 46E (Latitude:1.0000; Longitude:31.7667).
Kiboga district was formed in 1991. It is predominantly a rural district. The district is traversed by a major highway linking Kampala, Uganda's capital city with Hoima, the base of Uganda's petrochemical industry. The district is administered by the Kiboga District Administration, with headquarters at Kiboga. In 2010, the district was split into two, the western part being set up as a separate district, Kyankwanzi District. The district is sub-divided into the following administrative units:
- Kiboga Town
The 2002 national census estimated the population of the district at about 108,900, with an estimated annual population growth rate of 3.2%. It is estimated that the population of the district in 2010 was about 140,100. See table below:
|Kiboga District Population Trends
Economic activities 
Agriculture is the mainstay of the district economy. It is estimated that 80% of the district labor force are engaged in agriculture. Agriculture involves both crop and animal husbandry. Livestock agriculture is common in the western side of the district, known as the cattle corridor. Residents are engaged in subsistence agriculture, especially in the southern and eastern parts of the district. Crops grown include:
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Coordinates: 1°00′N 31°46′E / 1.000°N 31.767°E
People affected By HIV/AIDS.
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